Visited last week with a wheelchair-bound friend. Although we could park near all the attractions with ease, trying to push a 14+ stone gentleman over gravel to the house, tea rooms and museum is not a walk in the park. Having said that, everything else was lovely. The museum surpassed all expectations, lunch was delightful and the house itself was wonderful. I liked the fact that it was not perfect; a little bit of damp here, some peeling wallpaper there, a trace of rotting wood both here and there! It has a lived-in and well-loved feel about it. Bob, the tour guide, was a real character; he knew just about everything there is to know about the estate. I only live some 20 miles away and will make sure I make a return visit.
Purely for selfish reasons, I wonder whether the estate would consider investing in a Tramper Buggy? Further details from Countryside Mobility, Living Options, Devon.
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